Who were famous for the following catchphrases? Character names and/or actors and series.
Q: Boom boom!
A: Basil Brush
Q: Of course you realise this means war!
A: Bugs Bunny
Q: You are awful, but I like you.
A: Mandy - Dick Emery in The Dick Emery Show
Q: Trust me, I know what I am doing.
A: Sledge Hammer - David Rasche in Sledge Hammer
Q: I'm too old for this shit.
A: Danny Glover - Sergeant Murtaugh in the Lethal Weapon films
Q: I will screem and screem and screem until I'm sick.
A: Violet Elizabeth - Bonnie Langford in Just William
Q: My pappy always told me...
A: Bret Maverick - James Garner in Bret Maverick
Q: Magic are Maurice.
A: Selwyn Froggit - Bill Maynard in Oh No - It's Selwyn Froggitt
Q: Make it so.
A: Captain Picard - Patrick Stewart in STtNG
Q: You dirty old man.
A: Harold Steptoe to Albert - Harry H Corbett in Steptoe and Son
Q: Shut that door.
A: Larry Grayson - British comedian
Q: Mum said on her death bed...
A: Delboy Trotter - David Jason in Only Fools and Horses
Q: Just like that.
A: Tommy Cooper - British comedian and magician(!)
Q: I am the law.
A: Judge Dread in comics and films
Q: Rock on Tommy.
A: Bobby Ball - to Tommy Canon - British comedians
Q: You silly old moo.
A: Alf Garnett - Warren Mitchell in Till Death Do Us Part
Q: And it's good night from him.
A: Ronnie Barker in The Two Ronnies
Q: I'm free.
A: Mr Humphries - John Inman in Are You Being Served
Q: Everybody out!
A: Paddy - Miriam Karlin in The Rag Trade
Q: They don't like it up 'em!
A: Corporal Jones - Clive Dunn in Dads Army
Q: Power to the people.
A: Wolfy Smith - Robert Lindsay in Citizen Smith
Q: Boss, boss. The plane, the plane.
A: Tattoo - Herve Villechaize in Fantasy Island
Q: It's time for bed.
A: Zebedee - The Magic Roundabout
Q: Naff off!
A: Norman Stanley Fletcher - Ronnie Barker in Porridge
Q: I hate you Butler.
A: Inspector Blakey - Stephen Lewis in On The Buses
Q: I don't want to give you that.
A: Chris Tarrant in Who Wants to be a Millionnaire
Q: A cup of tea and a slice of cake.
A: Worzel Gummidge - Jon Pertwee in Worzel Gummidge
Q: I'll smash your face in.
A: Bernie Winters - British comedian
Q: I'm listening.
A: Frasier Crane - Kelsey Grammer in Frasier
Q: I didn't get where I am today...
A: CJ - John Barron in The Rise and Fall/Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin
Q: It's all done in the best possible taste.
A: Cupid Stunt - Kenny Everett in The Kenny Everett Show
Q: Hello my darlings.
A: Charlie Drake - British comedian
Q: Not the mamma.
A: Baby Sinclair - voiced by Kevin Clash in Dinosaurs
Q: Were there any... sexual problems?
A: Louise - Rachel Bell in Dear John
Q: Stop messin' about.
A: Kenneth Williams - British comedian
Q: 'Er indoors.
A: Arthur Daley - George Cole in Minder
Q: For the honour of Grey Skull.
A: She Ra Princess of Power
Q: Smoke me a kipper, I will be back for breakfast.
A: Ace Rimmer - Chris Barrie in Red Dwarf
Q: Come here, come here.
A: Jimmy Cricket - Irish comedian
Q: I'll have half.
A: Jacko - Eddie Booth in Love Thy Neighbour
Q: I can stands no more.
Q: Oh boy!
A: Sam Beckett - Scott Bakula in Quantum Leap
Q: May your gods go with you.
A: Dave Allen - Irish comedian
Q: Mikey, Mikey, Mikey, Mikey!
A: Ben Harper - Robert Lindsay in My Family
Q: Nice to see you, to see you, nice.
A: Bruce Forsyth in The Generation Game
Q: Say what you see.
A: Roy Walker in Catchphrase
Q: Nick, nick.
A: Jim Davidson - British comedian
Q: No-one messes with my pussy.
A: Mrs Slocombe - Mollie Sugden in Are You Being Served
Q: Shuuuuuuuuuuuuut up!!!
A: Sergeant Major 'shut up' Williams - Windsor Davies in It Ain't 'Alf Hot, Mum
Q: You are - - -. Goodbye.
A: Anne Robinson in The Weakest Link